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With blue-green seas, white sand beaches, rainforest-covered hills and rare tropical plant and animal species, the Seychelles are celebrated for their natural beauty. The 115 islands that make up the archipelago are spread over a large swath of the Indian Ocean between India and Madagascar.
Learn about the biodiversity of the island nation by hiking through its national parks. In the Vallée de Mai Nature Reserve on Praslin Island, spot the coco de mer, a two-lobed coconut with the largest seed in the plant kingdom. Walk through the mountain forests of Mahé and look for jellyfish trees. They are endemic to the island and are among the rarest trees in the world. Observe giant tortoises on the Aldabra Atoll.
Many visitors come for the beaches and aquatic pursuits in the warm Indian Ocean. Stretch out on Beau Vallon Beach on Mahé and Honeymoon Beach on North Island. Enjoy surfing, waterskiing and canoeing at many of the main beaches across the Seychelles.
The clear aquamarine waters surrounding the islands are home to large reef systems, shipwrecks and hundreds of marine life species. Snorkeling and scuba diving are possible from most of the islands. Find diving companies operating in several locations including La Digue and Praslin.
Spend some vacation time in Victoria. The capital city of the Seychelles is on Mahé and is home to one-third of the island nation’s population. See the Victoria Clock Tower, dedicated to the memory of Queen Victoria. Visit Arul Mihu Navasakthi Vinayagar Temple, the only Hindu temple in the Seychelles. Buy fresh fruit, fish, vegetables and spices at Sir Selwyn Selwyn Clarke Market. Dine on local specialties such as pumpkin soup in a city-center restaurant.
Reach the Seychelles by flying into the international airport on Mahé, about 6 miles (10 kilometers) from Victoria. Get around by public transportation, taxis, rental bikes and rental cars. Travel between islands by air or sea.
Experience a tropical island vacation that promises relaxation, natural beauty, water sports and adventure.
We booked the junior suite room. It had amazing view from the room. There is a private pool just for junior suite residents. There is another infinity pool in the resort. The swimming pool side has nets on water, sleeping lounges and hammocks to star gaze, which should not be missed by any nature ...
Excellent location, great service, good restaurants. Only downside is the extra charge for the boat, seems very expensive - in other locations you can pay less money to take ferries for hours.
The resort is beautiful! Our villa was very large with a great sunset view. Very tropical grounds. Infinity pool overlooks ocean, food at both bar and restaurant was delicious! They let us hang out on grounds after check out time as our plane was not until 10:50 pm! Lovely staff and service!
Every thing one could possibly need is there.I did not leave the resort due to leg injury,but would have stayed there anyway.I did not opt for an island tour since I did not want to miss a day there.
This property is located on the beautiful Praslin Island and has its own beach. We stayed at an oceanview villa and everything was on point. The villa was huge with its own pool, outside private shower, inside shower and soaking tub with a view of the bay. The amenities of the hotel are first class: ...
The service is phenomenal. I’ve never experienced anything like the friendly, warm manner of the staff. Particularly Aru who is just a wonderful human.